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Use These 5 Effective Antidotes to Worry — and Be Happy!

Use These 5 Effective Antidotes to Worry — and Be Happy!

Here are a handful of ways you can turn around from anxiety and experience more joy.

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What Does Cold, Windy Weather Have to Do With Anxiety? It’s Vata Season!

What Does Cold, Windy Weather Have to Do With Anxiety? It’s Vata Season!

Do you ever feel an abundance of anxiety and fear when fall rolls around? Wonder why? According to Ayurveda, the cold, windy weather of autumn and early winter is Vata Season, a time when anxiety and fear can easily take hold. Learn some simple ways to avoid letting this happen and instead make it a time for creativity and deep reflection.

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Here Are My All-Natural Remedies For Depression and Anxiety – What Are Yours?

Here Are My All-Natural Remedies For Depression and Anxiety – What Are Yours?

Sometimes remedies for depression and anxiety are as simple as the things we loved to do as a child. Holistic health practitioner Barbara Sinclair shares her own list and invites you to compile your own.

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Even Storm Clouds Are Beautiful

Even Storm Clouds Are Beautiful

That heavy feeling creeps in, permeates your mind/body, and makes you want to crawl back under the covers…or reach for a drink, or a smoke, or maybe a box of chocolate chip cookies. Maybe even all three.

Most of us are downright terrified of this feeling. It’s so damn uncomfortable. It might be depression, anxiety, fear or anger.

Fear’s a big one. Fear of failure, fear of change, fear of not being good enough, fear of not living your life’s purpose, or your dream, or having enough money. Fear of things we have no control over.

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Ever Feel Like You’re in the Dark About Your Health? 5 Reasons to Get a “Vocal Profile”

Written by on February 21, 2015 in Alternative Health Care, Health with 2 Comments
Ever Feel Like You’re in the Dark About Your Health? 5 Reasons to Get a “Vocal Profile”

Have you wondered if there is more information available that might help you and your practitioner(s) put your body in such a healthy state that your body just “gives the boot” to whatever ails you? Well, a Vocal Profile may be able to help you do just those things. BioAcoustic Biology, a/k/a BioAcoustic Soundhealth, is the integrative modality which provides this non-invasive, computer-based and interactive service.

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Does Mental Illness Truly Exist As Western Medicine Has Us Believing?

Does Mental Illness Truly Exist As Western Medicine Has Us Believing?

The western world writes 170 million prescriptions for antidepressants per year and has a HUGE range of illnesses, whereas certain societies in Tibet and India don’t even have words that can translate as anxiety, depression, bi-polar, etc. So are we humans, the product of billions of years of evolution, just somehow broken? Did planet Earth make a mistake?

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Harvard Scientists Found Something Surprising About People Who Meditate

Harvard Scientists Found Something Surprising About People Who Meditate

The news: It turns out meditating is good for more than just quiet time: It can actually help us fight the cripplingly high stress levels we experience during our busy lives, in the office or elsewhere. Scientists from Harvard University and the University of Sienna recently found that meditation is so powerful it can change the physiology of a person’s brain, resulting in positive changes like a decrease in anxiety and depression.

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The Arrival of Vata Season (Anxiety Alert!)

The Arrival of Vata Season (Anxiety Alert!)

As we begin this transition from Pitta Season to Vata Season, it’s important to note something that Ayurveda teaches.

“The Ayurvedic texts say that a disease can take root in the body only during the junctions between the seasons, when all nature is in flux. Because of the upheaval dominating these junctions, the body’s natural immunity becomes virtually defenseless against impending disease.” -Maya Tiwari

I have experienced this firsthand, many times, and am learning just how true this cautionary statement is. The most important lesson I have learned is to deeply nurture the Vata part of me.

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5 Practices That Will Change Your Life!

Posted by on September 23, 2014 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor with 0 Comments

We have all suffered from anxiety, depression, anger, and stress at some points in our life. Sometimes, these sufferings contribute to our evolution and help squeeze us into more mature states of being. Suffering can be a catalyst for personal transformation, but it can also be…well…useless, redundant, and unnecessary. If suffering doesn’t serve a purpose in your life any longer, it doesn’t need to be in your reality.

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10 Clever Ways to Deal with the Ups and Downs of Life

Posted by on September 22, 2014 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 0 Comments
10 Clever Ways to Deal with the Ups and Downs of Life

You know, lately I have been feeling very strange. Strange in the sense that one moment I’m up, flying high as a kite, feeling ecstatic, grateful and full of love. While the next moment I am down, feeling all fearful and anxious, as if something horrible had happened, or is about to happen. And I have to confess that I’ve learned a lot from these ups and downs and that’s why I decided to write this blog post. What follows are 10 clever ways to deal with the ups and down of life.

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8 Ways to Stop Over-Thinking and Find Peace in the Present Moment

Posted by on September 12, 2014 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor with 1 Comment
8 Ways to Stop Over-Thinking and Find Peace in the Present Moment

We all do our best to stay positive, but occasionally we can slip into negative thinking patterns that can wreak havoc on our lives. We might worry about our past mistakes or current stresses, and how these could lead to negative outcomes in the future. We might obsess about or over-analyze regular experiences and interactions, reading into them things that aren’t actually there. We might find that as soon as one bad thing happens, we associate it with all the other bad things that have happened in our lives and begin to feel miserable. We might feel anxious in the present, having a hard time getting out of our own heads as we worry and obsess about the things that could go wrong.

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How to Stop Being an Over-Thinker

How to Stop Being an Over-Thinker

Some people think themselves into stagnation, frustration, exhaustion, anxiety and even illness. They have an aptitude for making the simple, complex, the easy, hard, the minor issue, a major drama and the pain-less, pain-full. They are adept at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory and also at wasting their time and talent through age-old art of over-analysing everything and everyone; analysis paralysis.

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Should You Meditate Your Way to Better Health?

Posted by on March 13, 2014 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Should You Meditate Your Way to Better Health?

New research indicates that meditation may also be helpful for people who are suffering from anxiety, depression, and pain. The new research involved a systematic review of previous published work and a meta-analysis of the combined findings.

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18 Strategies for Managing Stress

18 Strategies for Managing Stress

Use these 18 tips to get rid of stress and preserve health and peace of mind.

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Investing in Your True Self ….If Not Now, When?

Each one of us carries an early wounding inside that has, at least in part, shut us down from remembering and fully expressing our true self.

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